For those interested, here are tonight’s scores. We’ll have all the boxes that were called in up on the web site in a little while.
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For those who want to follow along with the North Coast Section as it posts brackets for the baseball and softball meetings, head over to the NCS website. Division VI is already up, and they’re pretty good at updating as they get done with the individual brackets. Remember, I’ll have a live chat to discuss the seeds today at 3 p.m.
Here’s your friendly reminder that I’ll be hosting a live chat on Sunday to discuss seeds for the North Coast Section baseball and softball playoffs. I’ll be open for business from 3 to 4 p.m. See you there.
Baseball and softball teams find out where they’re headed next week when the North Coast Section releases the brackets on Sunday, so I’ll be hosting a live chat from 3-4 p.m. to discuss the day’s events. So, join me Sunday here on the blog for some baseball and softball chatter.
Well, a few hours ago Queen of the Mountain tournament organizer John Vasquez was hopeful they’d get to play the rest of the tournament tomorrow. Now, it appears the fields will still be too wet to play, and the remainder of one of the best early-season softball tournaments in Northern California has been cancelled, effective tonight.
What that means is more than a few teams will have some openings in their schedules from here on out. It’s always a really well run tournament, so it’s a shame that they had to cancel the rest of the tourney. The season continues next week, with some leagues even starting play.
For softball fans who couldn’t head to Willow Pass Park today because the rain washed the games out, have no fear. You can head to Concord at any point tomorrow and see some softball, as they’ll be out there all day long.
Granada softball coach Fran Dillard has stepped down for family reasons after 11 years in charge of the Matadors program.
Concord High softball coach Jerry Wills, who led the Minutemen to the North Coast Section playoffs in each of his eight seasons as head coach, died Wednesday due to complications from lung disease, his wife Beatrice said.
- Updated with service info